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AT&T offers screen repairs for the Galaxy Note 4, the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy S6

No matter how tough and durable the screens on our smartphones get every year we always tend to break them. When you do break your smartphone’s screen it’s always best to get it repaired by a professional and that can prove to be tricky if you start searching for places which can fix a screen online. If you happen to own one of these devices on AT&T, starting November 15 you will be able to.
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